“Development for Super Mario Run is different than development for Nintendo Switch,” Fils-Aime said. “With Switch we’re going to have a variety of input devices, a variety of ways for you to interact with the game.
“Here, it’s all the screen. So it’s a different type of development challenge. But at the core, our developers are looking to create content that you really can’t get anywhere else, you can’t experience anywhere else … that’s a core philosophy that’s going to continue.”
Both the Switch and Super Mario Run were demoed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night.